respect: How You Treat Your Customers - 06/15/17 04:11 PM
How You Treat Your Customers 
“Treat your customers like lifetime partners.”
Michael LeBount American Business Author,
Former Management Professor at the University
of New Orleans
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
How you treat your customers
 
How you treat your customers . . . . will become the foundation for your future business opportunities.
 
Treat them with respect . . . . and they will respect you.
 
Show them that you care about them . . . . and they will become part of your sphere of influence.
 
Say what you’re going to do . . . . and do it with excellence.
 
Exceed their … (22 comments)

respect: The Greatest Motivational Act - 06/11/17 09:23 PM
The Greatest Motivational Act
 “The greatest motivational act one person can do
for another is to listen.”
Roy E. Moodey American Motivational Speaker
 
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
The greatest motivational act
 
Listening . . . . to someone can change their world.
 
Listening . . . . is a sign of respect.
 
Listening . . . . lets the person know you care.
 
Listening . . . . give you more information about the other person then talking.
 
Listening . . . . will bond both people in the conversation.
 
Listening . . . . is a great source of knowledge.
 
Listening . . … (22 comments)

respect: Ask the Questions Get the Answers - 05/17/17 08:14 PM
Ask the Questions Get the Answers
“In the art and science of asking questions . . . . is the
art and science of listening . . . . and getting the
 answers . . . . the source of all knowledge.”
Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
 
 
I see it . . . . . . . .           
Ask the questions get the answers
 
Asking questions . . . . put you in a position of a win – win relationships. It builds rapport . . . .  increases your performance . . . . and becomes a bridge to greater … (7 comments)

respect: An Excuse is Worst Than a Lie - 04/07/17 06:37 AM
An Excuse is Worst Than a Lie
 “An excuse is worst and more terrible than a lie,
for a excuse is a lie guarded.”
Pope John Paul II, 1920 - 2005
 
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
An excuse is worst than a lie
 
People don’t want to hear excuses . . . . they want results
 
Making excuses for our actions . . . . or lack of action will put us in a negative light with the person that we are making the excuse to . . . . It will instantly create a loss of credibility . . … (22 comments)

respect: Asking Questions . . . . Gives You Insight - 01/11/17 02:52 PM
Asking Questions . . . . Gives You Insight
“Asking questions with a purpose becomes a gateway to
 gathering information and a better understanding of
    the person that your speaking to.”
Lou Ludwig Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
 
 
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Asking question . . . .  gives you insight
 
Asking questions give you insight to the person that you’re speaking with . . . . and makes the person feel important.
 
Asking questions is a sign of respect . . . . and shows sincere interest in the person that your are speaking with. … (11 comments)

respect: A Positive and Lasting First Impression - 01/11/17 07:23 AM
A Positive and Lasting First Impression
“You only have one opportunity to make a positive and
 lasting first impression. One of the most important
aspects of a positive and lasting first impression is
 about making the other person feel important . . . .
and enjoy being in your company.”
Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
   
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
 
A positive and lasting first impression
 
Making a positive and lasting first impression can make the difference forming a strong . . . .  and productive relationship . . . . Or just becomes a passing moment … (9 comments)

respect: The Power . . . . of Simple Courtesy - 10/31/16 07:37 AM
The Power . . . . of Simple Courtesy
“Never underestimate the power of simple courtesy. Your
courtesy may not be returned or remembered,
but discourtesy will.”
Princess Jackson-Smith, Writer
 
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
The power . . . . of simple courtesy . . . .
 
The simple act of courtesy is in having good manners . . . . respect . . .   being polite . . . . and treating people with courteousness.
 
Courtesy is act of doing for others without seeking a reward . . . . or recognition. Being courteous can be one of … (12 comments)

respect: Treat Others With Respect - 07/19/16 01:10 PM
Treat Others With Respect
“Follow the Golden Rule . . . . Treat all the people
 you meet with respect . . . . Not the respect you
expect to gain from the relationship.”
Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Treat others with respect
 
As you meet new people treat them with . . . . the welcoming hand of respect. Make the person feel good about being in your presence . . . . and make them feel good about being who they are.
 
Treating a person with respect has a … (13 comments)

respect: The Power of Building Successful Relationships - 07/03/16 12:15 AM
The Power of Building Successful Relationships
“Where there is a successful relationship . . . . there
is an opportunity to do business. Where there
is opportunity to business . . . . there in an
 opportunity to expand your business.
All successful businesses have the
deep roots built on successful
relationships.”
Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . . .
The power of building successful relationships
 
Being nice and respecting people will build far more business relationships . . . . then being confrontational . . . . or being disconnected.
 
When you treat people … (7 comments)

respect: Your Life is . . . . an Echo of Your Choices - 06/30/16 01:14 PM
Your Life is . . . . an Echo of Your Choices
“Life is an echo – what you send out comes back.”
Chinese Proverb   
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Your life is . . . . an echo of your choices
 
What you send out into the world is returned to you in like kind  . . . . . and your life becomes an echo of your choices . . . . and beliefs.
 
How you see your world will be determined by the view from the path that you had chosen to travel. Your view is … (15 comments)

respect: Trust . . . . Once Broken - 05/24/16 08:59 AM
Trust . . . .Once Broken
“Trust is like a vase . . . . once it’s broken, thought you
can fix it the vase will never be the same.”
Author Unknown   
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Trust . . . . once broken
 
Trust lower the barriers . . . . of resistances in a person.
 
People will resist moving forward in a business environment . . . . until trust has been established . . . . and they feel comfortable. Trust will build a bond with the person that you are interacting with. Without trust … (6 comments)

respect: Trust Once Broken - 05/23/16 08:09 AM
Trust Once Broken
“Trust is like a vase . . . . once it’s broken, thought you
can fix it the vase will never be the same.”
Author Unknown   
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Trust once broken
 
Trust lower the barriers . . . . of resistances in a person.
 
People will resist moving forward in a business environment . . . . until trust has been established . . . . and they feel comfortable. Trust will build a bond with the person that you are interacting with.   Without trust the business relationship will become weak and nonproductive. … (8 comments)

respect: Place a High Value . . . . on Your Time - 05/07/16 01:24 PM
Place a High Value . . . . on Your Time
“Until you value yourself, you won’t value your time.
Until you value your time you will not
do anything with it.”
M. Scott Peck 1936 – 2005, American Psychiatrist.
Best Selling  Author
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Place a high value . . . . on your time  
 
How other people see you is a mirror image . . . . of how you see yourself.
 
Look into the mirror of your life . . . . and place a high value on your time . . . … (11 comments)

respect: Successful Communications - 12/14/15 07:02 AM
 
Successful Communications
“Listen to understand the person that your
communicating with . . . . and speak
with the purpose  to gain deeper
insight on who they are
as a person.”
Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Successful communications
 
Listen to the other person to understand their . . . . wants . . . .  needs . . . .  desirers . . . . and motivation.
 
By listening to the person that’s speaking . . . . your showing interest in the person that speaking . . … (10 comments)

respect: Building Successful Relationships - 11/13/15 01:49 PM
Building Successful Relationships
“Building successful relationships . . . . Becomes the
foundation for creating the personal power
to live a productive and successful life.”
Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author.
 
As I see it . . . . . . . .
Building successful relationships
 
Being nice and respecting people will build far more successful business relationships . . . . then being confrontational . . . . or being disconnected.
 
When you treat people with respect and are nice to them . . . . they will treat you in the similar manner. From that act it will … (10 comments)

respect: An Exceptional Leader Will . . . . - 10/02/15 11:01 PM
An Exceptional Leader Will . . . .
“If your actions create a legacy that inspires other to dream
more, learn more, do more and become more,
then you are an excellent leader.”
Dolly Parton, Entertainer  
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
An exceptional leader will . . . .
 
Exceptional leaders are doers . . . . You will see them leading from the front . . . . and taking personal responsibility for their actions to achieve a successful outcome. 
 
There’s leadership may be formal by title . . . . Or in many cases it’s informal . … (11 comments)

respect: True Leaders Lead From the Front - 08/06/15 10:39 PM
True Leaders Lead From the Front
“A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the
courage to make tough decisions, and the
compassion to listen to the needs of
others. He does not set out to be
a leader, but becomes one
by the quality of his
actions and the
integrity of his intent.”
             Anonymous              
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
True leaders lead from the front
 
A true leader leads . . . . and commands respect not by their title by have but through their actions as Admiral Halsey did in … (19 comments)

respect: The First Rule of Successful Communications - 05/22/15 07:22 AM
 
The First Rule of Successful Communications
“The first rule of successful communications is to proactively
listen to hear and understand . . . . Speak with a purpose
by asking questions . . . . and listen. . . . to gather
information to communicate. You will come
to hear much . . . . and speak very little.”
Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
The first rule of successful communications
 
Listen to what the other person is saying . . . . to understand their wants . … (9 comments)

respect: Building Successful Relationships - 03/23/15 01:53 PM


Building Successful Relationships
“The stepping stone to building a successful business is found
in building and maintaining  your business relationships.”
Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
Building successful relationships
 
Being nice and respecting people will build far more successful relationships . . . . then being confrontational or being disconnected.
 
When you treat people with respect and are nice to them . . . . they will treat you in the similar manner. From that act it … (13 comments)

respect: Lasting Success is the Result of Helping Others - 02/26/15 11:29 AM


Lasting Success is the Result of Helping Others
“Successful people are always looking for opportunities
to help others. Unsuccessful people are always
asking, what’s in it for me?”
 Brian Tracy, Self-Help Author and Motivational Speaker
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Lasting success is the result of helping others
 
You form the building blocks for your success . . . . by seeking out the opportunities to be of service and in helping others.
 
Successful people continually seek opportunities to help others achieve what they want. By helping … (10 comments)

 
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